Mool Raj Sagar
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... to say camels are really uncomfortable so we did a bit of side saddle and crossed legged and generally spent our time finding any way to sit on a camel that was not the usual way. I had been moved onto the Finish boys camel called Raj who I liked a lot as he liked to walk beside the camel infront and really close to it. The camel in front was Kirstys camels and raj regularly had his head right next to Kirsty which she hated as she thought he was going to bite her ...
... available at the Pearl Palace hotel when we arrive so we can grab a short rest before the day starts. Just as the train is about to depart sudden commotion as Jitu appears clutching a small plastic bag - someone has left something behind ...... a lonely pair of undies left on a window sill to dry .... how embarrassing! We won't embarrass the guilty party by revealing who but Jitu's mad dash to catch us was just so indicative of the ...
... we might get alot of hassle but it was really nice, we strolled around and hardly got any bother. We did the obligatory fort palace tour with our headsets on and the soothing sounds of Mr Sonny Singh guided us round for the next hour or so.
Before we got to Jaisalmer we had been told that we had to go on a camel safari and spend the night in the desert, as this had come highly recommended (and our stomachs were feeling a bit better) we decided to book a 1 day 1 night ...
... We decided that we were missing a few items for our camel safari and purchased some wide brimmed leather hats to look the part (hide us from the sun). Chiara and Laura also got some leather water bottle carriers which have already proved super useful. Becca purchased some cute leather shoes. I think by now we all have enough leather products to make up a whole camel!
After an obligatory cafe stop Laura and Clare headed back to the guesthouse to cool down while ...
... last time inside the fort and not retracing them. I'm not called pathfinder Paine for nothing, I navigated our way round the fort without going the same way easily. Whilst exploring the new lanes and alleyways we hadn't been down before we stopped at a shop as we had a new order to buy some Indian trousers for Tracey's (Gem's mum for those that don't know) shop back in the UK, she sells Indian items and clothing so the mission was to buy 6 pairs of harem trousers for as little ...